On 22 September, the District Heating Industry, in collaboration with Grøn Energi and Dansk Fjernvarme, held an industry meeting in district heating in Copenhagen. The theme was "Green restart. How can district heating contribute to 70% reduction of CO2 in 2030?"
The day started with a walk to the top of Copenhill, where we were welcomed and served coffee and lunch in the open air. After lunch, the day continued with the first exciting speech from the Minister for Development Cooperation, Rasmus Prehn.
See following posts:
Lukas Lausen, Danfoss
Kim Mortensen, Danish District Heating
Søren Løvstad Christensen, Rambøll
Nikolai Kipp, Danish District Heating
Lars van Hauen, E.ON
Kim Winther, District Heating Fyn
Lars Hummelmose, District Heating Industry / Jesper Koch, Green Energy
Poul Erik Morthorst, Climate Council
The conference ended with an energy policy debate with the participation of politicians Anne Paulin (S) and Carsten Kissmeyer (V).
The day went really well and ended with dinner.